KILDORRERY COMMUNITY LOTTO
There was no jackpot winner last week end. The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 7, 8.
Consolation prizes E50 each to Mary O’Dwyer, Ahacross, Kildorrery, Helen Gallagher, Rockmills, Kildorrery and Elaine Breen c/o Motor Factors Mitchelstown.
PARK UNITED F.C LOTTO
The numbers drawn were 5, 8, 10 & 22. There was no jackpot winner. Match 3 shared E150 each receiving E22 as follows – Pat Treacy, Mary Keane, Anne Murphy, Joan Noonan, James O’Brien, Mary O’Brien, Tom O’Brien. Winner of E25 lucky dip voucher John Carey.
ARAGLIN GAA LOTTO
The numbers drawn last week end were 8, 23, 30 & 32. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dips E50 each Dave O’Flynn, Ballyheaphy, Araglin, John O’Mahony, Pike Road Fermoy, E25 each to Deirdre Daly Ballinamadough, Araglin and Michael O’Donoghue,Araglin c/o Jim Kenneally.
E20 P O’Brien, M Conway, M Condon, K Kilmartin, Mrs O’Shea, B Murphy, M Hannigan, V Kirwan, M O’Brien, M O’Donoghue, E30 E Roche, $40 B McCabe, E McEvoy, N Gallagher, B Slattery, M Macken, E Caplice, E Carey, J Power, E50 N Condon, E100 N Gallagher, Free books (large) P O Brien, (small) N McGrath, Sheets $30 K Kinsella and P O’Brien, E100 R Nixon, Raffle E30 U McGrath, E20 H Martin E10 B Slattery.
KILDORRERY GAA LOTTO
There was no winner of the jackpot of E9,400 last week end. The numbers drawn were – 7, 9, 19 & 25. Three lucky dip winners of E50 each were Maeve Kelly, Scart, Kildorrery, Hazel O’Regan, Quitrent Kildorrery, Gavin O’Regan, Kilcully, Glanmire.
Kilbehenny Festival will start on Wednesday August 17 and run to Sunday August 21. There will be the crowning of the 2nd Village Cailin. Application forms will be available from the Community Centre for this competition. There will be a pageant on Friday August 26 in the Community Garden. Rehearsals will be held weekly for this magnificent event.
HARBOUR ROVERS TAKE DIV 2 HL TITLE
After the disappointment of losing the first round Premier JHC to reigning champions Buttevant on Sunday last, Harbour Rovers made a quick return to action and were winners of the Division 2 HL title at Castletownroche on Tuesday evening last. Clyda Rovers were the fancied side but Harbour Rovers did well to be level 1-8 to 0- 11 at half time. The Glanworth side had the aid of the stiff breeze in the second half and went on a scoring spree. The final score was 3 –16 to 0- 15. Harbour Rovers now meet Churchtown this Friday evening in the Hibernian Hotel JHC with the winner facing Ballyhooly in the quarter final on August 20. Glanworth Intermediate footballers will meet Eire Og in the Co IFC on Sunday August 14 in Riverstown.
GLANWORTH LADIES FOOTBALL
Glanworth and Watergrasshill finished all square in the Co JFC at Watergrasshill on Sunday last. The home side led 1-5 to 0-2 at half time. Glanworth did well on the resumption and in the end a draw was a fitting result on a final scoreline of 1-11 to 2-8.
Kildorrery Intermediate footballers lost out to Ballingeary in Ballingeary in the Co IFL on Saturday last by 2-12 to 2- 8. Kildorrery will meet Newtownshandrum in the Premier JHC quarter final which is a repeat of last years meeting at the same stage. This game is fixed for August 14 in Buttevant. In the Co IFC Kildorrery face Canovee on this Saturday July 30 in Donoughmore 5. 45pm
THE LATE NELLIE QUINLAN
The death occurred on July 21 at Corpus Christi Nursing Home Mitchelstown of Nellie Quinlan (Nee Hartigan) Thomas St Mitchelstown. The late Nellie had been in the Nursing Home for many years. Nellie was predeceased by her husband Tommy. She was well known in the Mitchelstown area by the older people as the Correspondent for the Cork Examiner and many regional newspapers. There was a large attendance at the removal on Friday evening from O’Brien’s Funeral Home to the Parish Church and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Saturday. Interment took place to the adjoining cemetery. To her cousin Freda, nephew, nieces, friends we tender our sincere sympathy.
Mitchelstown Junior A footballers had 2-14 to 2-7 win over Doneraile in the JAFC quarter final at Glanworth on Sunday last. Mitchelstown were the better side all through and led 1-9 to 0- 4 at the break. Doneraile came back strong in the second half and two goals had them right back in the hunt. Town led 1-12 to 2-7 with five minutes to go. A late Liam Keane goal ensured victory and a semi final meeting with Mallow.